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Synonyms for Lidocaine

a local anesthetic (trade names Lidocaine and Xylocaine) used topically on the skin and mucous membranes

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Two patients belonging to the EMLA group could not be cannulated on the first attempt and were withdrawn from the study.
EMLA is indicated as a topical anesthetic for use on normal intact skin for local analgesia and on genital mucous membranes for superficial minor surgery and as pretreatment for infiltration anesthesia.
In different referrals, 60 minutes after application of 2 gr EMLA, B4 and B6, the pain associated with insertion of a sterile 22-gauge needle into a depth of 2 mm of right forearm skin were assessed by visual analog pain scale.
In various pre-clinical studies, the NexACT-based prototype product increased onset of lidocaine delivery to as little as 15 minutes, compared to 60 minutes achieved by EMLA cream, a product currently commercialized.
The president and vice-president of EMLA participated in two working groups drafting the inputs of librarianship and music.
Anaesthesia techniques available for neonatal circumcision include the administration of general anaesthesia, local anaesthesia using subcutaneous ringblock of the penis or dorsal penile nerve block (DPNB) and topical anaesthesia with EMLA cream.
Yenidoganda iki topikal anestetik madde kullanilabilmektedir: EMLA krem ("Eutectic mixture of local anesthesia" Prilokain-lidokain Otektik karisimi) ve %4'luk tetrakain jel.
One of the commonly known pharmaceutical interventions to the pain of venipuncture is a mixture of lidocaine and prilocaine, often marketed under the brand name EMLA (Abraxis Pharmaceuticals).
The use of EMLA cream and vapo-coolant are discussed, as is oral sucrose, swaddling and containment for infants under two months.
He analyzed nursing notes and the pharmacy's database for evidence that lidocaine or EMLA were ordered or used.
Pretreatment application of EMLA can relieve the stinging and burning associated with this regimen.